The 2015 Sustainability Report showcases Sun Chemical’s leadership in eco-efficiency through established data-driven metrics.
Last week, USA Today published a column entitled "Paper may be bad for trees, but it is good for people," by Tal Gross, an assistant professor at Columbia University. Here at Two Sides we could not agree more with the findings and statements related to the benefits of paper for education and learning.
SGIA has announced the recipients of the 2016 Sustainability Recognition Program Award.
Astro-Dynamic has been powered for the past five years by solar energy. The company invested in 250 solar panels.
The US EPA has named SGIA a 2016 SmartWay Affiliate Challenge Honoree. SGIA is the only printing trade association to win this award.
A new infographic from Two Sides North America illustrates key facts about how paper is made. Released just in time for Earth Day, the infographic is designed to bust myths about paper production. For example, the new infographic reveals that in North America less than 36% of the annual timber harvest is directly used for paper and paperboard.
The Toshiba Award for Shameless Greenwashing goes to Magzter for its bold, unfounded claim that it has “saved” more than 92,000 trees.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has named Mohawk to its national ‘Top 100 List’ of Environmental Green Power Users.
New research highlights the importance of forests, and the future of straw can revolutionize the printing industry.
Ricoh has been chosen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a 2016 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year.